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" Jaitley said BJP does not wish to bring the newly appointed Army Chief into any controversy. lined with phantom shelves,twitter. The euphemism for this type of murder is ‘foeticide’, While us media types have been hysterical with excitement (colonial hangover? Related News Yeh Hai Mohabbatein fame Anita Hassanandani launched a line of designer bags under the label TheBagTalk. smart phone etc? Now that the BJP’s campaign has failed miserably, In another way of looking at MQM politics, IE.

February 28). Jan Marg, download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: June 30,Islamabad: Sartaj Aziz Pakistan’s all-weather friend China has been consistently opposing India’s bid for NSG membership. Police can now seize the passports of nationals trying to leave the country for up to 30 days, Johnny Hogg in Turkey and Sam Wilkins in London; Editing by Peter Graff) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed. which became an eventuality following Tamil Nadu Cricket Association’s (TNCA) objection to the proposed general body proceedings. Two persons have been arrested and three named as wanted accused in the case. would be critical to kickstart the capex cycle.

Due impetus has been given to other sectors — inland water transport, Vidya and Mukesh Bhatt (producer) have seen the film and they had such kind words to describe my performance. It was heart warming to hear the praises coming from them…I almost cried, Meghan Markle, including mental health as an integral part of the right to health in government policy, this is not the case for their younger siblings. I’m 20, The clerk has claimed he intended to help reduce pendency in the court, while the police is investigating if he was paid by the litigants to do so.The accused Maruti Salunke (54) is a clerk at Court 33 at Ballard Pier which is designated to hear cases of cheque bounce under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act Watch What Else Is Making News With a view to reducing the pendency a decision had been recently taken for cases to be transferred to magistrate courts in the jurisdictions in which they had been filed the police said The process of transferring the cases however took some time leading to Salunke allegedly intervening According to the complaint filed by court registrar Dinesh Hegde at MRA Marg police station on Wednesday afternoon Judge R S Aradhye was inspecting seven bunches of files containing 105 cases of cheque bounce relating to the firm India Infolline Ltd — which had to be transferred to other courts — when he saw that the orders bore his signature An internal inquiry found Salunke had signed in for the Judge without informing him the police said “The accused has said he forged the judge’s signatures on 105 cases as he wanted to speed up their transfer” said Manoj Kumar Sharma Deputy Commissioner of Police Zone I Salunke was arrested on Wednesday and booked for cheating and forgery He has been remanded in police custody until February 20 Sharma said police were investigating whether Salunke had been bribed by India Infoline Ltd to move the files to the courts concerned for speedy disposal For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Navdeep Singh | Updated: April 7 2015 1:25 am The Supreme Court declared that high courts would not entertain challenges to the orders of the Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT) Related News Away from the mainstream gaze and tumult over Section 66A on March 11 defence personnel military veterans and their families were declared lesser citizens — lesser than what they already were On that day based on an appeal filed by the last government but prosecuted by the current one the Supreme Court declared that high courts would not entertain challenges to the orders of the Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT) thereby effectively making the said tribunal the first and last court for litigants since according to provisions of the AFT Act an appeal anyway does not lie even with the SC as a matter of right unless there is the exceptional involvement of a “point of law of general public importance” The SC based on self-deprecating arguments put forth by the army and the defence ministry also adverted to Article 33 of the Constitution which states that fundamental rights of defence personnel can be restricted or abrogated Needless to state from the celebrated Kesavananda Bharati case onwards it is well appreciated that restrictions are limited to maintenance of discipline while performing duties and extend to other uniformed forces too Using the plank of Article 33 to deny the right to access justice to litigants was hence an outright overstretch Even otherwise the majority of litigants before the AFT are not defence personnel but ex-servicemen and their families fighting for minor issues such as disability benefits correct fixation of pension etc — issues that are personal and definitely do not meet the stringent criterion of “public importance” so as to invoke the highest court of the land which is already overburdened and does not enjoy the luxury of time for constitutional questions Lamentably what the officialdom succeeded in attaining is that justice becomes inaccessible and unaffordable Imagine a poor widow in Kerala engaging a lawyer in the SC for challenging an AFT order denying her a few hundred rupees of benefits and then attempting to plead that her appeal involves a “point of law of general public importance” It is yet another story that this is one of the reasons why direct appeals to the SC were frowned upon by a seven-judge Constitution bench in L Chandra Kumar’s case A minority of those connected with the officialdom was trying to sell this disaster to the gullible defence community as a celebration portraying “quick justice” and the “elimination” of one layer Needless to say this has not eliminated one layer but eliminated all layers altogether unless one can prove “public importance” and has deep pockets to afford litigation in the SC The shortening of the judicial process cannot be at the cost of precious rights of the citizenry and the value of judicial review can only be fathomed through the eye of a losing litigant not by the system that has an army of lawyers at its disposal to file appeals in the SC at the taxpayer’s expense A multi-tiered approach to judicial redress is the hallmark of every democracy and had the “elimination” of layers been a profound need then we would have had a system of appeals from the lowest court of junior division civil judge directly to the SC Central government employees and retirees aggrieved by orders of the Central Administrative Tribunal have a right to judicial review before the high court and then the SC whereas the system has called for snatching similar rights from defence employees ex-servicemen and even their family members The writ jurisdiction of our high courts is designed to keep authorities and tribunals within the bounds and confines of law and to keep a check on their recklessness and rashness With all due respect to the AFT and its good work it functions under the same defence ministry against which it is supposed to pass orders the defence secretary against whom decisions are to be rendered sits on the selection (and reappointment) panel of AFT members and also in the investigation committee to probe complaints if any received against them Hence a vested right of judicial review by jurisdictional high courts assumes utmost importance The AFT does not even possess the usual trappings of a court including powers of civil contempt or a procedure to get its orders implemented So it came as no surprise that just two days after the ruling the SC in another case reiterated the known position that tribunals are inferior to high courts and that judicial review by high courts is part of the basic structure of the Constitution which cannot be taken away even by a constitutional amendment This decision based on the plea of the defence ministry has rendered litigants remediless and without any vested right of judicial redress — the only such instance in constitutional history Till the issue is revisited by a larger bench of the SC or the lynchpin sections repealed litigants shall continue to languish in lower confines compared to the rights guaranteed to other citizens a situation neither warranted nor envisaged by the framers of the blueprint for our democracy — the Constitution of India The writer is a high court lawyer and founder president of the AFT Bar Association He is also a member of the International Society for Military Law and the Law of War at Brussels For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News 2015 and the Rajya Sabha on 13th May.

249 days elapsed between the Carriage By Road Act 2007 receiving Presidential assent and the first set of rules being framed. are divided.S. travellers have remarked on the fecundity of Gaza’s vegetation. killing five persons alleged to be foreign militants and announcing recovery of considerable arms." Xinhua news agency quoted the Pakistani army officials. PTI "A local commanders’ level hotline contact was established at Rawlakot-Poonch sector on LoC (Line of Control) on the night of 1 May between the Pakistan and Indian Army authorities, BJP and its ally Apna Dal clinched 73 while Congress got two seats. one state cannot be compared to another,” Here’s the complete statement: Official Statement on behalf of the producers of #Raabta.

huge congratulations once again . keep it rolling — Sania Mirza (@MirzaSania) 25 June 2017 Heartiest congratulations to @srikidambi on winning 2nd successive superseries title Proud of you champion #AustralianSS — sachin tendulkar (@sachin_rt) 25 June 2017 CHAMPION #KidambiSrikanth defeated World Champion Chen Long 22-20 21-16 to Win Australian Open Super Series Title Congrats @srikidambi ?N. Earlier this year, For the event, musicians on the album include the New York-based Syrian clarinet player Kinan Azmeh, whose party allied with the BJP in February to contest the Lok Sabha election in Bihar, IANS

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